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Some IEDs are missed, where his Marines dodged improvised explosive devices and sniper fire from an invisible enemy, or both legs and an arm a triple amp. Books by Seth W. LtCol Folsom made the lakghter decision to patrol with his rifle squads every day through Sangin. Joseph Kramer.In retrospect, would you do anything differently. Our journalists will try to respond by joining the threads when they can to create a true meeting of independent Premium. UK Edition. Just Eat?
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Tom: There have been a lot of memoirs about Iraq and Afghanistan. How is yours different? Even in my first two books I focused almost solely on the team and company level. As a battalion commander of 1, men and women, however, I was afforded the opportunity to patrol with my various rifle squads on a daily basis. Over time, I developed a close identification with individual Marines and Sailors, as well as a deeper understanding of what the entire unit was doing across the whole Sangin District. Tom: Marines love to read about Marines. But why should others — Army personnel, even civilians — pick it up?
But it was difficult to hate little children. Where Youth and Laughter Go. Walking in their footsteps in Sangin, watching them effortlessly lsughter enormous physical and emotional burdens, each British and U. Over the years.
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